Siting, aging infrastructure will be top challenges for New England energy infrastructure

THE NEW ENGLAND COUNCIL on Tuesday hosted a virtual event to dicsuss the challenges and opportunties presented by the American Jobs Plan for regional energy infrastructure. Pictured from top left are Mark Kalpin, chairman of the New England Council energy and environment committee; Dan Dolan, president of New England Power Generators Association; Emily Reichert, CEO of Greentown Labs; Judith Judson, head of US strategy for National Grid; and Bill Ackley, president of gas operations for Eversource Energy.
PROVIDENCE – New England needs to strike a balance between acting fast to take advantage of an expected windfall of federal funding and taking time to develop a long-term strategy for bringing its energy infrastructure into the future. So agreed panelists in a virtual discussion on Tuesday organized by The New England Council. The hour-long…

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